Umbrellas In Snow – Central Park – NY

Umbrellas In Snow

While on a visit to NYC we were lucky enough to have a giant snow storm hit the city. Central park transformed into a sparsely populated winter wonderland which was truly a pleasure to walk through. I was struck by this scene for the symmetry of the tunnel framing the shot, the snow covered trees and streets, the lamp posts, and the 2 men I happened to capture out for their respective walks. It gives a sense of throwback to years past.

Solitude – Central Park – New York

Solitude

While on a visit to NYC we were lucky enough to have a giant snow storm hit the City. While the streets of Manhattan transform into a grey slushy mess, Central park transformed into a winter wonderland. To me, this image has a sense of irony to it; An marked snowfield and a desolate tree in the middle of a wide open field is one thing….but to have it be surrounded by high rise buildings in one of the largest cities in America is truly a unique image.

 

Solitude

This tree is near my parents’ cabin in Fairplay, CO.  I have always been fascinated by this tree.  It stands with no others; steadfast and strong in an otherwise desolate, windswept plain.  This picture was taken at dawn.  I love how the tree appears to be stretching toward the light with the beautiful Rockies as a backdrop.  To me, it has defied all odds to be there and seems as if it will be there long after I’m gone.

If you are interested in exploring the possibility of ordering a print, please contact me for details. All photographs are limited to 500 reproductions.

Notes: These are low resolution images and I apologize for the watermark signature on my photographs as I feel it detracts from enjoying the image. However, with the ease of image piracy on-line they are necessary evils. You may also want to read my color post as images can be very different from what you see on the monitor. 

Settlers’ Camp

This image was taken outside of Buena Vista, CO off Highway 285.  Barren cottonwood trees, a frozen stream, and snow blowing off the crusted Collegiate peaks create the perfect backdrop for this dilapidated barn and stone wall.  This photograph allows your imagination to wander to the hardships endured by the settlers that worked so hard (sometimes in vain) to tame the rocky mountain west.

If you are interested in exploring the possibility of ordering a print, please contact me for details. All photographs are limited to 500 reproductions.

Notes: These are low resolution images and I apologize for the watermark signature on my photographs as I feel it detracts from enjoying the image. However, with the ease of image piracy on-line they are necessary evils. You may also want to read my color post as images can be very different from what you see on the monitor.